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60 Minutes Season 34 Episodes

50 Episodes 2001 - 2002

Episode 1

Lost in America, The Mind of a Suicide Bomber, What Are They Saying About Us?, Laura Bush

Sun, Sep 23, 2001 60 mins

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Episode 2

Are We Safe?, Islam, The Long Gray Line

Sun, Sep 30, 2001 60 mins

Mike Wallace investigates how prepared the U.S. is for a chemical or biological attack; Morley Safer reports on the challenges facing the U.S. military's war on terrorism; Ed Bradley profiles a group of Muslims living in America.

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Episode 3

Special Ops, Nuclear Reactors, Condoleezza Rice

Sun, Oct 14, 2001 60 mins

Morley Safer interviews four Special Forces veterans who tell of their experiences in Vietnam, the Middle East and the Gulf War; Steve Kroft investigates the possibility of terrorist attacks on U.S. nuclear plants.

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Episode 4

The Second Most Wanted Man, Smallpox, Two Faces of Pakistan

Sun, Oct 21, 2001 60 mins

Segments include a report by Ed Bradley on terrorists and the Islamic jihad; Christiane Amanpour solicits Pakistani opinion of America; Mike Wallace investigates biological weapons as a form of terrorism.

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Episode 5

Saddam Hussein's Iraq, The Prince, Innocence Lost

Sun, Oct 28, 2001 60 mins

Lesley Stahl investigates whether Saddam Hussein was involved in the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks; Ed Bradley reports on volunteers who are supporting relief workers at the ruins of the World Trade Center; Bob Simon visits a Saudi Arabian prince.

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Episode 6

Richard Harris, LBJ Tapes, City Within a City

Sun, Nov 4, 2001 60 mins

Lesley Stahl reports on tape recordings in which President Lyndon Johnson speaks candidly about Vietnam; Christiane Amanpour interviews Richard Harris; Ed Bradley looks at the volunteers who are supporting the workers at the site of the World Trade Center disaster.

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Episode 7

The Lost Son, LBJ Tapes, City Within a City

Sun, Nov 11, 2001 60 mins

Mike Wallace profiles New York City police commissioner Bernard Kerik.

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Episode 8

The U.S. Border Patrol, The Pump, Kuwait: Ten Years Later

Sun, Nov 18, 2001 60 mins

Steve Kroft investigates allegations of crimes committed by U.S. Border Patrol officers; Morley Safer reports on heart pumps; Mike Wallace looks at the reaction of some Kuwaitis to the way the U.S. is conducting its war on terrorism.

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Episode 9

America's Arabs, Kinkade, Castro

Sun, Nov 25, 2001 60 mins

Segments include an Ed Bradley report on the Arab-American community in Dearborn, Mich.; Morley Safer profiling artist Thomas Kinkade; and Lesley Stahl reporting on Cuban-Americans sending money back to Cuba.

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Episode 10

The Dirty Little Word 'Profiling', Selling the Dream?, Barbara Cook

Sun, Dec 2, 2001 60 mins

Mike Wallace interviews singer Barbara Cook; Steve Kroft investigates racial profiling of Arab men following the tragedy on Sept. 11; Lesley Stahl reports on the profit being made from selling the image of Martin Luther King Jr.

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Episode 11

The Secret Life of Robert Hanssen, Hold the Phone, In a League of His Own

Sun, Dec 16, 2001 60 mins

Lesley Stahl reports on the controversial private life of convicted spy Robert Hanssen; Mike Wallace profiles Vermont senator James Jeffords; Steve Kroft investigates the competitive telephone industry.

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Episode 12

The Greatest, Charlie Did It, The Diva Next Door

Sun, Dec 23, 2001 60 mins

Mike Wallace interviews former congressman Charles Wilson on how the U.S. may have aided the Taliban in coming to power in Afghanistan; Ed Bradley profiles Muhammad Ali; Morley Safer visits with opera star Renee Fleming.

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Episode 13

The Great One, The Piano Man, Richard Harris, Studs

Sun, Dec 30, 2001 60 mins

Steve Kroft profiles Billy Joel; Morley Safer recalls the life of Jackie Gleason; Christiane Amanpour visits with Richard Harris; Carol Marin interviews Studs Terkel.

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Episode 14

Athens 2004, Fat City, Where's Ours?

Sun, Jan 6, 2002 60 mins

Ed Bradley reports on the Greek terrorist group 17 November; Morley Safer visits diet clinics in Durham, N.C.; Lesley Stahl investigates whether NCAA Division I athletes are underinsured and undercompensated.

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Episode 15

Torture?, Women in Combat, Ms. Swift

Sun, Jan 20, 2002 60 mins

Mike Wallace reports on whether the law should allow terrorists who are in custody to be tortured in order to gain information; Lesley Stahl interviews Lt. Col. Martha McSally who is suing the Secretary of Defense over a Muslim garment she is required to wear in Saudi Arabia; Morley Safer profiles Gov. Jane Swift (R-Mass.).

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Episode 16

Hamas, August Wilson, The FBI's Dirty Little Secret

Sun, Jan 27, 2002 60 mins

Steve Kroft interviews Moussa Abu Marzook, a leader of the Islamic militant group Hamas; Ed Bradley profiles playwright August Wilson; Mike Wallace investigates whether the FBI knowingly allowed an innocent man to be imprisoned for 32 years.

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Episode 17

Harry Potter, Adopt Me, The Daily Show with Jon Stewart

Sun, Feb 3, 2002 60 mins

Lesley Stahl profiles author J.K. Rowling; Steve Kroft interviews Jon Stewart; Morley Safer reports on so-called adoption fairs, where children are introduced to prospective adoptive parents.

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Episode 18

How Well Oiled Are We?, You Want Fries with That?, Arafat

Sun, Feb 10, 2002 60 mins

Lesley Stahl reports on the consumption of oil in the U.S.; Morley Safer investigates the link between marketing fast food to kids and an increase in childhood obesity.

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Episode 19

What's New in the Art World, Forensic Evidence, In the Belly of the Beast

Sun, Feb 17, 2002 60 mins

Bob Simon reports on paintings created by elephants that fetch large sums at auction; Steve Kroft investigates expert witnesses in forensics; Ed Bradley looks at the life of convicted killer Jack Abbott who wrote "In the Belly of the Beast."

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Episode 20

Tom Welch, Unlocking Parkinson's, Michael Apted

Sun, Feb 24, 2002 60 mins

Morley Safer reports on a surgical treatment for patients with advanced Parkinson's disease; Lesley Stahl profiles director Michael Apted; Mike Wallace interviews Tom Welch, the Olympic bid organizer who helped bring the Games to Salt Lake City.

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Episode 21

Iraqi National Congress, A Sad Fact of Life, Hotel Pioneer

Sun, Mar 3, 2002 60 mins

Lesley Stahl reports on the Iraqi National Congress and its efforts to overthrow Saddam Hussein; Steve Kroft investigates the 1970 arson fire in Tucson's Pioneer Hotel in which a 16-year-old boy, who claimed he was innocent, was convicted; Ed Bradley looks into the case of Robert Weitzel, a psychiatrist accused of killing five elderly patients.

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Episode 22

I.N.S., Elaine Stritch, The American Red Cross

Sun, Mar 10, 2002 60 mins

Steve Kroft reports on alleged problems within the Immigration and Naturalization Service; Mike Wallace investigates how the Red Cross spends donations; Morley Safer profiles Elaine Stritch.

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Episode 23

John Nash's Beautiful Mind, Poisonous Stew, Dame Judi

Sun, Mar 17, 2002 60 mins

Mike Wallace interviews John Nash, the Nobel Prize-winning mathematician whose life is depicted in the film "A Beautiful Mind"; Ed Bradley profiles Judi Dench; Lesley Stahl investigates the government's efforts to construct secure vessels and storage facilities for millions of gallons of liquid nuclear waste.

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Episode 24

On the Waterfront, Malden Mills, One Horrific Day

Sun, Mar 24, 2002 60 mins

Steve Kroft investigates the inspection process of cargo containers entering U.S. seaports; Ed Bradley reports on the 1941 massacre of Jews in Jedwabne, Poland; Morley Safer interviews Aaron Feuerstein, a Massachusetts businessman who kept paying his employees even after his mill was destroyed.

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Episode 25

Ariel Sharon, And the Winner Is..., All in the Family

Sun, Mar 31, 2002 60 mins

Scheduled: an interview with Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon by Lesley Stahl; a profile of Oscar-winner Denzel Washington by Ed Bradley; and a report on treatment for the mentally ill in Belgium by Morley Safer.

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Episode 26

A New Lease on Life, The Biological Clock

Sun, Apr 7, 2002 60 mins

Ed Bradley reports on experimental cancer treatments at Duke University.

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Episode 27

Skin and Bones, Doing Business with Enron, Con Man

Sun, Apr 14, 2002 60 mins

Bob Simon reports on a controversial power plant built by Enron in India; Mike Wallace examines how donated human tissue is used; Steve Kroft reports on con artists.

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Episode 28

The Archbishop, Pentagon Schools, Dr. Torrey's War

Sun, Apr 21, 2002 60 mins

Mike Wallace reports on sexual abuse in the Catholic Church; Lesley Stahl looks at U.S. military schools; Morley Safer interviews psychiatrist E. Fuller Torrey.

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Episode 29

North of the Border, Scandal on Ice, Young, American and Muslim

Sun, Apr 28, 2002 60 mins

Steve Kroft investigates the possibility of terrorist groups operating out of Canada; Ed Bradley interviews French skating judge Marie-Reine Le Gougne; Morley Safer reports on Muslim schools in the U.S.

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Episode 30

Hell No, We Won't Go!, Better Safe Than Sorry, The Terrorist's Lawyer

Sun, May 5, 2002 60 mins

Mike Wallace interviews attorney Lynne Stewart, who represents convicted terrorist Sheik Omar Abdel-Rahman; Bob Simons reports on so-called Israeli refuseniks who will not fight in occupied territories.

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Episode 31

Is There a Gun in the House?, Halabja 14 Years Later, Hugo Chavez

Sun, May 12, 2002 60 mins

Steve Kroft interviews Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez; Morley Safer reports on whether doctors should be allowed to ask patients if they own a gun; Ed Bradley examines the effects of chemical weapons used on the Kurdish town of Halabja in 1988.

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Episode 32

Castro, Joe Bonanno, Scars of War

Sun, May 19, 2002 60 mins

Lesley Stahl investigates how U.S. dollars may be helping Fidel Castro stay in power; Mike Wallace profiles former Mafia don Joseph Bonanno; Christiane Amanpour reports on the survivors of Sierra Leone's civil war.

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Episode 33

The Bicycle Thief, Negative About Affirmative Action, The Power of Positive Speaking

Sun, May 26, 2002 60 mins

Steve Kroft investigates California's three strikes law; Ed Bradley reports on affirmative action in colleges; Morley Safer profiles various motivational speakers.

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Episode 34

The Man Who Got Away, Elaine Stritch

Sun, Jun 2, 2002 60 mins

Lesley Stahl reports on terrorism; Morley Safer profiles actress Elaine Stritch.

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Episode 35

Mubarak of Egypt, Nursing Shortage, Kuwait Ten Years Later

Sun, Jun 9, 2002 60 mins

Ed Bradley interviews Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak; Lesley Stahl reports on South Africa's nursing shortage; Mike Wallace looks at the reaction in Kuwait to America's war on terrorism.

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Episode 36

The American Red Cross, Hold the Phone, BBC

Sun, Jun 16, 2002 60 mins

Mike Wallace investigates the American Red Cross and how it spends donations; Steve Kroft reports on the telephone industry; Bob Simon looks at the impact of the BBC's World Service Radio.

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Episode 37

The Pump, LBJ Tapes, Con Man

Sun, Jun 23, 2002 60 mins

Lesley Stahl listens to tape recordings made of President Lyndon Johnson; Morley Safer reports on heart pumps; Steve Kroft profiles an alleged French con man.

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Episode 38

The FBI's Dirty Little Secret, The Biological Clock, The Orchestra

Sun, Jun 30, 2002 60 mins

Mike Wallace reports on the FBI's efforts to protect a Mafia informant; Lesley Stahl interviews women who want a career and a family; Ed Bradley looks at Venezuela's program to promote classical orchestras for thousands of kids.

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Episode 39

The Osprey, Fat City, Hotel Pioneer

Sun, Jul 7, 2002 60 mins

Mike Wallace probes the safety record of the Osprey aircraft; Morley Safer reports on overweight people who visit diet clinics in Durham, N.C.; Steve Kroft investigates the 1970 arson fire in Tucson's Pioneer Hotel in which a 16-year-old boy, who claimed he was innocent, was convicted.

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Episode 40

The FBI and the Mob, Kinkade, Arctic Oil

Sun, Jul 14, 2002 60 mins

A report on James "Whitey" Bulger, a former informant for the FBI who is now on their "10 Most Wanted" list; a profile of artist Thomas Kinkade; and a report on the Bush Administration's desire to use Alaska's Arctic National Wildlife Refuge as an oil resource.

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Episode 41

The U.S. Border Patrol, Hit List, John Nash's Beautiful Mind

Sun, Jul 21, 2002 60 mins

Mike Wallace profiles mathematician John Nash; Steve Kroft investigates the U.S. Border Patrol; Ed Bradley reports on groups that publicize the names of doctors who perform abortions.

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Episode 42

Selling the Dream?, What's New in the Art World, Unlocking Parkinson's

Sun, Jul 28, 2002 60 mins

Lesley Stahl examines the controversy surrounding the selling of Martin Luther King Jr.'s image and words for profit; Bob Simon looks at art painted by elephants; Morley Safer reports on a treatment for Parkinson's disease.

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Episode 43

Murder in the Second Degree, There's No Business Like Shoe Business, August Wilson

Sun, Aug 4, 2002 60 mins

Mike Wallace investigates the 1996 murder of a 2-year-old girl who was killed by her mother; Ed Bradley profiles playwright August Wilson; Lesley Stahl reports on shoe makers who sign endorsement deals with increasingly younger players.

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Episode 44

Athens 2004, The Dirty Little Word 'Profiling', Malden Mills

Sun, Aug 11, 2002 60 mins

A report on the Greek terrorist group November 17; a profile of Malden Mills Industries CEO Aaron Feuerstein, who continued to pay employees following a 1995 fire in three of his factories. Also: the issue of profiling Arab men at security checkpoints.

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Episode 45

Zimbabwe, Do You Want Fries with That?, The Death Penalty

Sun, Aug 18, 2002 60 mins

Mike Wallace interviews Illinois governor George Ryan about his moratorium on state executions; Steve Kroft reports on violence in Zimbabwe; Morley Safer looks at the rise in childhood obesity in the U.S.

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Episode 46

252, Springsteen, Charlie Did It

Sun, Aug 25, 2002 60 mins

Ed Bradley profiles Bruce Springsteen; Lesley Stahl interviews sports agent Scott Boras; Mike Wallace talks with former congressman Charles Wilson about mistakes the U.S. made in Afghanistan.

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Episode 47

The Prince, The War at Home, Young, American and Muslim

Sun, Sep 1, 2002 60 mins

Ed Bradley investigates domestic violence in military families; Morley Safer reports on Muslim schools in the U.S.; Bob Simon visits a Saudi Arabian prince.

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Episode 48

An American Town, The Commissioner, Survivors, Saudi Arabia, Are We Safe?

Sun, Sep 8, 2002 120 mins

Reports related to Sept. 11 include "An American Town," in which Ed Bradley interviews residents of Summit, N.J., who lost loved ones in the World Trade Center tragedy. Also: Morley Safer profiles former New York City Fire Department commissioner Thomas Von Essen; and Mike Wallace talks to Secretary of Health and Human Services Tommy Thompson about possible biological and chemical attacks against the U.S.

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Episode 49

Broken Promises, Kennewick Man, The Pope's Maestro

Sun, Sep 15, 2002 60 mins

Christiane Amanpour investigates missing money promised to Afghans; Lesley Stahl reports on Kennewick Man, the bones of a 9000-year-old man; Bob Simon profiles conductor Gilbert Levine

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Episode 50

Torture?, The Candy Man, The $353 Million Con

Sun, Sep 22, 2002 60 mins

Mike Wallace investigates the use of torture on captured terrorists; Morley Safer reports on the Milton Hershey School in Pennsylvania for disadvantaged kids; Steve Kroft probes a multimillion-dollar bank heist.

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